In this white paper I argue that Titan provides a strict test for the Copernican hypothesis that life is a ubiquitous cosmic phenomenon. Planets with environments like Titan may be common in the cosmos as they correspond to a roughly 1 AU orbit around M-dwarfs.
InstitutionThe University of Arizona
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Panel-selectionGiant Planets - Jupiter Saturn Uranus Neptune and exoplanets including rings and magnetic fields but not their satellites. Satellites - Galilean satellites Titan and the other satellites of the giant planets.